Re: Basement floor rough-ins in wrong location
Posted by hj on May 14, 2004 at 23:20:21:
In response to Re: Basement floor rough-ins in wrong location
If you think it would be expensive to tear out the floor and redo it, think of how much it will cost if you have continual drainage problems after the room is finished, if you try to do it your way.

: Hello,
: I'm in the process of laying out my unfinished basement. The plumbing roughs that exist are highlighted in my example image. The main stack is to the bottom right of the image.

: My question is, without ripping the floor up, is it possible to achieve the layout as I've shown it here? Could I build a small step-up to allow the existing rough-ins to be connected to the fixtures as I've shown them?

: Or am I best to get the floor ripped up and the rough-ins re-run? I'd rather not do that because I'm sure it would cost quite a bit.

: Thanks in advance!
: Tyler

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